In order to die peacefully, free of regret and without any fear, it is absolutely essential to prepare in advance for the inevitability of death. This five-session course is designed to provide an understanding of death and dying and to offer practical instructions from the perspective of Tibetan Buddhism. Whether you are new to Buddhism, or already experienced in this tradition, all are welcome to attend. Sundays in August 2010 Topics: Dying, Death, Buddhism, Thubten Norbu Ling, Santa Fe NM
Dying Well Ven. Tenzin Chogkyi Death is something we all have to deal with in our lives. We ourselves are going to die one day, and even before that, we will probably have relatives and friends who will die. It is only natural that we wish to face death with dignity and peace, but that may be difficult due to our fears, anxieties and attachments. Understanding impermanence can help our understanding of the death process and is beneficial for facing our fear of death and learning to live life. Topics: Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Meditation, Death, Dying, Reincarnation, Bardo, Impermanence Source: Lectures and Events
Whether our death is going to be an occasion for dread and panic, or an opportunity to gain unparalleled insight into the deepest nature of our mind, is solely a matter of attitude and preparation. In this course, Jon will introduce a variety of meditational practices, drawn from the Tibetan Vajrayana tradition, designed to transform our attitudes towards death and help prepare us to face the inevitable with confidence and clarity. Topics: Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Tse Chen Ling, Jon Landaw, Death and Dying
Death and Impermanence Ven. Lobsang Chokyi Marin Lamrim Series 2007 Another in the series on various topics of the lamrim (stages on the path), this topic deals with death and the impermanent nature of phenomenon. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Philosophy, Mahayana, Death, Dying, Impermanence Source: Marin Program
Dying Well Ven. Tenzin Chogkyi and Lennie Kronisch Tse Chen Ling Center Learn to prepare for your death and help others die peacefully with openness, acceptance and a sense of humor in this workshop led by Tara Hospice founder Lennie Kronisch and accomplished meditator and hospice caregiver Ven. Tenzin Chogkyi. Using meditations, visualizations, discussion and practical guidance, you will learn spiritual and practical approaches to death and dying from a Tibetan Buddhist perspective. Topics: death, dying, tibetan buddhism, buddhism, tse chen ling, ven. tenzin chogkyi, lennie kronisch
Although death is inevitable, we usually avoid thinking about it and often lead our lives as though it will never happen. The Tibetan Buddhist tradition is rich in teachings on the subject of death that provide a unique perspective on the importance of accepting death as a part of life. In this course, Geshe Thubten Sherab will share his heart advice on how to properly prepare for your own death – as well as assist others in our lives upon their death – so that whenever it does arrive,... Topics: Buddhism, Thubten Norbu Ling, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Mahayana, FPMT, Karma, Dying, Death, Rebirth,...